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St James Quarter adds fashion brand Reiss

St James Quarter in Edinburgh is adding fashion retailer Reiss to its line-up. The company has taken a 1,978 square foot unit on level three of… View Article

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St James Quarter adds fashion brand Reiss

St James Quarter in Edinburgh is adding fashion retailer Reiss to its line-up.

The company has taken a 1,978 square foot unit on level three of the scheme near other premium brands such as The Kooples, Aesop, Russell & Bromley, Tommy Hilfiger, Calvin Klein and H Beauty.

Founded in 1971 by David Reiss, the brand has 185 locations across eight countries.

A spokesperson at Reiss said: “In our 50th year, we’re proud to be opening another Reiss store in a great location.  St James Quarter is an exciting development with everything the modern customer is looking for.”

St James Quarter launched the first phase of its retail, dining and leisure offering in June this year. Other retailers with a presence at the scheme include  & Other Stories, Mango, Zara, Bershka, Pull & Bear, Stradivarius, Miele, Next, H&M, JD Sports, John Lewis and more.

Chris Pyne, head of leasing at St James Quarter, said: “Reiss has been a fixture of the British shopping scene for half a century and will be a welcome addition to St James Quarter’s growing list of luxury brands. Our diverse offering continues to blend international retailers, household names and popular local brands.”

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